This site has been moved to https://investharyana.in.

Go To Investor App

Road Connectivity

Haryana has 2,057.48 km of national highways. The state has a total road network of 26,428.5 km, of which state highways constitute. 2,064 km. Haryana is among the states having almost 100 per cent connectivity to rural areas with metalled roads. Haryana Roadways, with its fleet of nearly 3,755 buses, is one of India’s biggest state road transport undertakings.

The state government and Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) plan to develop a global corridor along the Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) western expressway. As of July 2015, the construction work on Kundli-Manesar stretch has been started and is expected to be completed by January, 2016.

Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP Expressway) is a 135.6 km long expressway being constructed in the state, with an estimated cost of US$ 278.7 million.

Kaithal-Rajasthan Border Section of NH-152/65 Project, estimated to cost US$ 231.09 million is a 166 km highway, which would connect Ambala with important towns such as Kaithal, Barwala and Hisar up to the Rajasthan border.

Rail Connectivity

As of August 2015, Haryana had a 1,630-km long rail route. Kalka, Kurukshetra, Rohtak, Jind, Hisar, Ambala, Panipat, Gurgaon and Jakhal are some of the important railway stations. There is a railway workshop at Jagadhari. The Delhi Metro, a rapid transit system, connects Delhi and Gurgaon. The Rapid Metro Rail, Gurgaon, India’s first fully privately funded Metro Rail system Phase-l got operational in November 2013.

The state government will provide 50 per cent of the US$ 423.5 million fund for implementing three railway line projects: Delhi-Sohna-Nuh-FerozpurJhirka-Alwar (104 km), Hisar-Agroha-Fatehabad-Sirsa (93 km) and Yamunanagar-Sadhora-Naraingarh-Chandigarh (91 km).

Air Connectivity

There is a domestic airport at Chandigarh and civil aerodromes at Pinjore, Karnal, Hissar, Bhiwani and Narnaul. The state has a total of 8 airports, which includes both operational and non-operational airports.

The Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport at New Delhi is located close to Gurgaon and Faridabad. In addition, the state government plans to set up three airports – two for domestic flights and one for cargo.

An international cargo airport and aircraft maintenance hub is proposed in Rohtak, Haryana.

Hisar airport would be set up over an area of 490 acres and Karnal airport would be set up over 499 acres of land and both facilities would be equipped with modern facilities related to the civil aviation industry.